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Optical Windows Review

Optical Windows provide protection between an optical system or sensitive electronics and an outside environment.

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Understanding Optical Windows

Determine how to select an optical window based on its material transmission, thermal and mechanical properties, and other specifications at Edmund Optics.

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Designing COTS Optics Into Defense Projects

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Advantages of Silicon for Mid-Wave Infrared Windows

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Is it okay to clean an infrared lens, for example one made of germanium, with ethanol?

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I recently removed an optical low pass filter from my digital camera. Do you have any suggestions on how to measure its Modulation Transfer Function (MTF)?

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Why is chromatic dispersion important for ultrafast laser systems?

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You offer many types of polarizers. What are some key benefits to help me decide which is best for my application?

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Beam Displacement Calculator

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Optotune Focus-Tunable Lenses Review

Optotune Focus-Tunable lenses feature a liquid polymer substrate with continuous focusability.

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Removing Protective Plastic Coating

A protective plastic coating protects a variety of our flat optics, such as optical windows, optical mirrors, and beamsplitters, from scratches during shipping.

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Hydrophobic Coatings

Join Ehren O'Donnell, Product Engineer, as he briefly explains our hydrophobic coatings capabilities and the differences between a hydrophobic coated and non-hydrophobic coated optic.

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Handling and Storing High Power Laser Mirrors

Check out these best practices for handling and storing high power laser mirrors to decrease the risk of damage and increase lifetimes at Edmund Optics.

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What is the benefit of polymer retarders?

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You offer many substrates for UV and IR applications. How do I know which is best for me?

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Multifunctional Smart Glass

Transparent Materials with Integrated Micro-Optics

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EO Global Manufacturing Facilities

Edmund Optics® (EO) manufactures millions of precision optical components and subassemblies every year in our 5 global manufacturing facilities.

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Integration with Consumer Electronics

Bringing Professional-Grade Technology to All

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Rapid Optical Prototyping

Quickly Respond to Collapsing Product Lifecycles

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Cleaning Optics

Looking for the best way to clean optics? Learn more about the different cleaning products and methods, along with tips to handle optics at Edmund Optics.

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2µm Lasers

The unique absorption properties of 2µm lasers allow them to create small and precise cuts for medical and materials processing applications

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Optical Flats

Want to know more about optical flats? Find information including an explanation, what optical flats show, applications, and more at Edmund Optics.

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High Laser Damage AR Coatings

Laser optics high reflectivity mirrors meet exceptional specifications that Edmund Optics' competitors often fail to meet. Learn more at Edmund Optics.

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Ultraviolet Lasers

A new generation of small, cost-effective, CW ultraviolet (UV) lasers allows more applications to move to UV wavelengths for increased power and precision.

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Polarization Overview - Part 1: Polarization Basics

Polarizers are optical components designed to filter, modify, or analyze the various polarization states of light.

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UV vs. IR Grade Fused Silica

UV grade fused silica is ideal for UV and visible applications, but IR grade fused silica has better transmission in the IR due to a lack of OH- impurities.

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Polarizer Selection Guide

Edmund Optics' Polarizer Selection Guide refines your search for a specific type of polarizer.

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Understanding Optical Specifications

Do you want to know more about the importance of optical specifications? Learn the different types of specifications and their impact on your system at Edmund Optics.

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Successful Light Polarization Techniques

Are you looking for a solution to common imaging problems? Discover different polarization techniques to improve your image at Edmund Optics.

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Diffuser Selection Guide

Not sure which diffuser will best meet your needs? Review EO's diffuser selection guide to review the pros and cons of each diffuser type at Edmund Optics.

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